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New report details loss of Bush-era e-mails

By Ed O'Keefe

Eye Opener

Top aides to President George W. Bush seemed unconcerned amid multiple warnings as early as 2002 that the White House risked losing millions of e-mails that federal law required them to preserve, according to an extensive report obtained by The Federal Eye and set for release on Monday.

The report, by the nonprofit watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, follows a settlement reached last December between the Obama administration, CREW and the National Security Archive, a George Washington University research institute. The groups sued the Bush White House in 2007 alleging it violated federal law by not preserving millions of e-mails sent between 2003 and 2005.

The settlement resulted in the restoration of 94 days worth of e-mail and the release of documents detailing when the Bush White House learned of the missing e-mails and how it responded. The restored e-mails are part of the National Archives and Records Administration's historic record of the Bush administration, but presidential historians and others seeking information in the coming decades about the major decisions of Bush's presidency likely will be starved of key details, including messages sent between White House officials and drafts of final policy decisions, CREW said in its report (see it below).

"The net effect of this is we've probably lost some truly valuable records that would have provided insight," into the administration's decisionmaking process on several policy issues, said CREW Chief Counsel Anne L. Weismann, who led the review.

Problems first arose when an e-mail recordkeeping system established during Bill Clinton's presidency failed to archive messages sent by the Bush White House as it started converting e-mail accounts from Lotus Notes to the Microsoft Exchange Program, the report said.

The White House Office of Administration and National Archives warned top Bush officials about the glitch and potential loss of e-mails, but were ordered to continue with the conversion, the report said.

"It wasn't like it was a one-time event and they went out and fixed it," said CREW senior counsel Adam Rappaport.

The Office of Administration later proposed a plan to fully restore the missing e-mails in 2005, but White House Counsel Harriet E. Miers rejected the plan, according to the report. Miers did not return requests for comment.

In the end, the Bush White House spent at least $10 million to develop new electronic records management systems that restored just 48 days worth of e-mail, the report said.

Missing e-mails included messages sent by the office of Vice President http://www.washingtonpost.com/cheney">Dick Cheney that were later sought by the Justice Department as part of its investigation into the disclosure of Valerie Plame's identity as a covert CIA spy and messages from the months preceding the start of the Iraq war.

Scott Stanzel, a former Bush spokesman, called CREW a liberal group that "likes to sue for sport and for years has tried to create a spooky conspiracy out of standard IT issues."

"Nearly two years after President Bush left office, their interest in launching partisan attacks through misleading press releases has not waned," Stanzel said. "The Bush Administration has complied with the Presidential Record Act requirements and this matter is closed, yet CREW's tiresome effort to score political points continues."

Though the Bush administration has been a frequent target of CREW's efforts, it was also critical of several government-funded projects constructed in the district of former Rep. John P. Murtha (D-Pa.), has called for the resignation of embattled Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.), and has accused South Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Alvin M. Greene of violating election
laws.

The Justice Department declined to comment on CREW's report or the December settlement. The settlement led the Obama administration to establish an automated e-mail recordskeeping system that automatically captures and preserves all e-mails
sent from computers and mobile BlackBerry devices, controls against the unauthorized deletion of e-mails, and automatically generates audits of ongoing archival activities. CREW and the National Security Archive approve of the plan.

Federal law and Obama White House policy prohibits administration officials from using personal e-mail accounts to conduct official business. But earlier this year it sanctioned White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer Andrew McLaughlin for using his personal e-mail address to discuss policy issues with colleagues at his former employer, Google. The White House has rebuffed requests from Congressional Republicans to speak with McLaughlin and other officials about the matter.

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Report on Bush e-mails

By Ed O'Keefe  | August 30, 2010; 6:00 AM ET
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Comments

If you know there is an IT problem and you don't fix it you are knowingly losing data. How convenient and how typical of the Bush administration.

Posted by: caesar_56 | August 30, 2010 7:37 AM | Report abuse

Unconcerned? I doubt that very much. They destroyed evidence.

Posted by: aartmann112004 | August 30, 2010 7:39 AM | Report abuse

The routine destruction of Bush Administration email messages comes as no surprise.

What is surprising is the Obama Adminstrations' failure to take any meaningful action.

Posted by: WESHS49 | August 30, 2010 7:49 AM | Report abuse

Do you have permission to discuss the report before it is released? If not, is it ethical to write about it early?

Posted by: Bitter_Bill | August 30, 2010 7:51 AM | Report abuse

They really have no excuse for how badly they managed mail archiving.

Posted by: Nymous | August 30, 2010 8:02 AM | Report abuse

BUt I will bet my last penney the current GOP will insist that every e-mail from Obama be preserved as well as be seen by them - I have a feeling if the GOP makes gains we will go back to the clinton white house where we spent 8 years investigating the President rather then doing any thing good for the country

Posted by: toolman281 | August 30, 2010 8:08 AM | Report abuse

Scott Stanzel, in his vain attempt to whitewash the eight year criminal conspiracy known as Bush/Cheney fails with his latest round of of lies and obfuscation about this being a simple IT problem. It was policy instigated by Cheney and Rove to attempt to keep their actions secret since most were criminal. Witness the use of private RNC email use for official communications. The truth is out there, but they did succeed in destroying a large part of the incriminating evidence. No amount of lying can change that Scott try as you might!

Posted by: trbajaz | August 30, 2010 8:38 AM | Report abuse


It's Bushgate, in the great GOP tradition of Dick Nixon's Watergate.

Posted by: TalkingHead1 | August 30, 2010 9:01 AM | Report abuse

This wasn't a mistake any more than the missing minutes on the Nixon tapes were an error. They wanted to cover up the propaganda campaign that sold America on fake WMDs and Iraq.

This makes it sound like they were simply incompetence. Their incompetence is a cover for their nefarious fraud.

Posted by: AxelDC | August 30, 2010 9:06 AM | Report abuse

http://backdoordating.animoney.net/ladies/profile-of-bride-juliya-from-moldova-10b3b6.html

Posted by: getjiggly | August 30, 2010 9:23 AM | Report abuse

Criminals are always unconcerned. They learned from Nixon's mistake: never save the evidence.

Posted by: sufi66 | August 30, 2010 9:23 AM | Report abuse

It's called arrogance.

Posted by: jckdoors | August 30, 2010 9:24 AM | Report abuse

Why would they be concerned with something they were making happen? Their only concern was that there would be prosecutable evidence left behind.

Posted by: John1263 | August 30, 2010 9:28 AM | Report abuse

Of course top Bush officials were unconcerned about following the law. Their Lord Cheney told them they were above it.

Posted by: areyousaying | August 30, 2010 9:30 AM | Report abuse

A unitary executive need answer to no one. Combine Cheney's penchant for secrecy with Bush's penchant for signing statements and you have a petri dish in which government policy is devised and implemented with no one at which to point the finger blame. Just another partisan witch hunt they say. Just another example of the Bush White House thumbing its nose at The Law I say. Maybe the next GOP president can push toward a regency-for-life. Death squads can roam the streets seeking out political opponents. It'll be heaven on Earth for wealthy haters of the poor (those earning less than $250,000 annually).

Posted by: BlueTwo1 | August 30, 2010 9:32 AM | Report abuse

Attorney General Holder, please do your duty and prosecute the members of the former Bush administration for their many crimes. We need justice.

Posted by: losthorizon10 | August 30, 2010 9:33 AM | Report abuse

Oh, goodness.

Doesn't the justice dept have anything better to do.

I mean, really, this blame bush thing is totally out of control

Posted by: docwhocuts | August 30, 2010 9:36 AM | Report abuse

Isn't this blog titled "Keeping tabs on Government" not "Keeping tabs on FORMER Government"

Bush has been gone for almost 2 years. Shouldn't you be keeping tabs on CURRENT government?

Posted by: jiji1 | August 30, 2010 9:40 AM | Report abuse

Bin Laden said destroy the emails and the GOP did

then they said, Bin Laden, pls help us kill 3000 inncocent Americans so we can have our permanent Republican majority

and he said, just make sure you keep your air force on the ground that day!

Posted by: lichtme | August 30, 2010 9:41 AM | Report abuse

Of course the Bush aides were unconcerned with the loss of emails. Dishonest people usually don't like having an accurate record of what was said and done.

Posted by: Miss_Fedelm | August 30, 2010 9:46 AM | Report abuse

As the Bush Administration pulled these types of intentionally devious actions, time and time again, it amazes me that any Republican has the Gall to criticize Obama on anything.


Posted by: thecontributist | August 30, 2010 9:49 AM | Report abuse

Wag the dog.

Current administration is trying to devert attention from their current long list of failures and demonstrated incompetence. I am sure that CNN will help where it can...

Posted by: staterighter | August 30, 2010 9:49 AM | Report abuse

George Walker Bush, the Great Manipulator,

Posted by: whocares666 | August 30, 2010 9:54 AM | Report abuse

So this all started during the Clinton Administration, but he gets a free pass from the media. How...liberal.

Posted by: john_bruckner | August 30, 2010 9:57 AM | Report abuse

No, john_bruckner, it started when Bush took down the functioning system that Clinton had established and replaced it with a non-functioning one of his own. But good luck with that myopia.

Posted by: Byrd3 | August 30, 2010 10:01 AM | Report abuse

I wonder why the repugs don't want to investigate that moron w for its criminality? Why? Is it because they prefer 'em criminal and stupid?

Posted by: davidsawh | August 30, 2010 10:02 AM | Report abuse

Plain English is plain English:

"Problems first arose when an e-mail recordkeeping system established during Bill Clinton's presidency failed to archive messages sent by the Bush White House as it started converting e-mail accounts from Lotus Notes to the Microsoft Exchange Program, the report said."

Posted by: john_bruckner | August 30, 2010 10:08 AM | Report abuse

Some profound differences between conservative men and liberal sissy men that were discernible early in life:

1) number of times caught when palying tag:
liberals: every time
conservatives: almost never

2) number of Double Dutch championship finals achieved:
liberals: several
conservatives: "what is Double Dutch?"

3) number of times lunch money was taken at school:
liberals: every time I went to school
conservatives: I was doing the lunch money taking from those sissies

4) number of soldier action figurines owned:
liberal sissies: "Does Ken in a Liberaci outfit count?"
conservatives: the entire collections

Some profound differences between conservative men and liberal sissy men as adults:

1) number of times wallet has been taken in adulthood:
liberal sissie: weekly
conservatives: never

2) number of times they have had sex with somebody with more estrogen than them:
liberal sissies: never
conservative men: always

3) number of times they have been top in their relationships:
liberal sissies: never. I prefer bottom
conservative males: what does "bottom" mean?

4) number of kettlebells owned:
conservative men: at least 3
liberal sissies: "what's a kettlebell?"

5) number of times a week you have sex with your wife:
liberal sissie: you mean my husband? several.
conservatives: several

6) number of times a week you have sex with your wife:
liberal sissie: does watching another man with her count?
conservatives: several

7) favorite workout routine:
liberal sissie: whichever form of Pilates the group leader happens to be leading
conservative hombres: slinging some free weights

8) favorite core workout routine:
liberal sissie: crunches
conservative hombres: ab wheel rollout
Liberal sissies: “what’s an ab wheel?”

Posted by: john_bruckner | August 30, 2010 10:08 AM | Report abuse

john_bruckner forgot how grinch had President impeached while grinch was carrying on with many women at that time. It appears that conservatives are just plain stupid and immoral.

Posted by: davidsawh | August 30, 2010 10:13 AM | Report abuse

This reminds me of the IT problem that the Florida Sec. of State found in '99 when they were purging voting lists of felons and deceased voters. The contractor (DBT Online, wholly owned by Republican operatives and now part of ChoicePoint) built a system that flagged people as ineligible based on a matching zip and an approximate match on name. It produced about 15% false matches, including the Elections Supervison of Madison County, who was not amused. In reviewing the tests, Florida officials discovered that most of the false matches were in poor, black areas (as people who share a zip code with felons are likely to be).

So they took it as a gift and sent out the list to the counties, most of whom used it.

The number of people who were denied the vote based on this bogus list is many times greater than the tiny, disputed margin that the courts eventually awarded Bush/Cheney. And they were mostly in poor, black areas that voted 70 or 80% Democratic.

So it was Florida's Republican Sec. of State's deliberate inaction in the face of an "IT problem" (actually a design/analysis problem, since the code and the hardware all worked fine) that put Bush in the White House to begin with.

So

Posted by: msh41 | August 30, 2010 10:22 AM | Report abuse

Yes, it's terrible that those e-mails were not archived. But since CREW represents Wilsons in the case against Cheney, I think it's just as appalling how they're wasting their donors' money to simply continue their lawsuit.

This report has nothing to do with ethics. CREW and Sloane are simply trying to build up their case as she is considering taking the case to the Supreme Court.

Posted by: DCProgressive | August 30, 2010 10:23 AM | Report abuse

Bush, Cheney, Myers, Yu, Rumsfleid and the whole bunch are CROOKS and if those emails are ever made public...Many of the Bush gang would end up in PRISON FOR LIFE!!

Some would even qualify for the firing squad!

Bush & Cheney were and are TRAITORS to America and they deserve to be sharing a prison cell. While they wait on the firing squad to to deliver Justice!!

TREASON IS STILL A CRIME IN AMERICA AND BUSH, CHENEY & RUMSFIELD ARE ALL GUILTY OF TREASON!!

THOSE DELETED EMAILS PROVE THAT OTHERS HELPED THEM AND DID THEIR EVIL BIDDING!!

NEVER EVER TRUST A REPUBLICAN EVER AGAIN!!

NEVER NEVER EVER TRUST A CHRISTIAN EVER AGAIN!!

Posted by: imZandor | August 30, 2010 10:26 AM | Report abuse

These Cheny/Bush Repubs are the same people who burn books, make women cover their heads, bury and stone people and go to church and sit next to you.

Posted by: citizen625 | August 30, 2010 10:32 AM | Report abuse

The classic answer from the right, it's Obama's fault, or SO.

Posted by: shipfreakbo214 | August 30, 2010 10:34 AM | Report abuse

Shouldn't the Secret Police or some part of the state security apparatus have copies of the emails of the Washington Regime?

Posted by: max21c | August 30, 2010 10:35 AM | Report abuse

"BUt I will bet my last penney the current GOP will insist that every e-mail from Obama be preserved as well as be seen by them - I have a feeling if the GOP makes gains we will go back to the clinton white house where we spent 8 years investigating the President rather then doing any thing good for the country
Posted by: toolman281 | August 30, 2010 8:08 AM | Report abuse "

and why not...
it's not that the dems didn't do it to President Bush...
what goes around...
comes around...
besides that, oversight, unlike dem oversight that nearly destroyed my country, is the job of congress...
you got a problem with that...

Posted by: DwightCollins | August 30, 2010 10:54 AM | Report abuse

john_bruckner wrote (sadly):

Plain English is plain English:

"Problems first arose when an e-mail recordkeeping system established during Bill Clinton's presidency failed to archive messages sent by the Bush White House as it started converting e-mail accounts from Lotus Notes to the Microsoft Exchange Program, the report said."

**************************

Yum...that Koolaid must be really good, huh!?

For those of you who actually know how to read, the statement means that the Clinton system worked....but didn't work AFTER the Bushies tinkered with it as they did an incredibly sloppy (intentional?), job of converting a fully functioning system.

Kudos to the evil person who came up with the idea of being able to conveniently trash tons of incriminating email under the guise of a conversion process.

But any IT person with half a brain knows you're supposed to make a complete backup of the data before such an undertaking.

THAT'S WHY THEIR EXCUSE STINKS!!!

Posted by: postgettingworse | August 30, 2010 11:05 AM | Report abuse

I'm just as interested in the emails which the Republican National Committee allegedly lost. They may have disclosed, for instance, that Karl Rove was a little more involved than federal permits with Merrie Spaeth and her band of Swift Boat Veterans For........Truth?

Posted by: ejs2 | August 30, 2010 11:06 AM | Report abuse

Oh my God. E-mails such as "what are you doing for lunch today?" got lost. OH THE HUMANITY !!!

get a life liberals.

Posted by: johnfchick1 | August 30, 2010 11:11 AM | Report abuse

The Bush admin unconcerned? NO WAY! Couldn't be! LOL! We have no IDEA how blessed we were to walk away with a country (sort of) intact after that IDIOT was president for eight years. Why is he not in JAIL????

Posted by: newsboy3 | August 30, 2010 11:18 AM | Report abuse

G. W. Bush and the Republican Party should each pay a nominal fine. Say, $100.00 for each email not preserved in the public record, as required by law.

Posted by: laurelphoto | August 30, 2010 11:19 AM | Report abuse

Why is the Bush Crew NOT in prison?

Posted by: gkam | August 30, 2010 11:21 AM | Report abuse

Since George W. Bush was paid $400,000.00 each year to enforce all US laws and regulations, he should be charge with criminal fraud, and forfit all his $193,400.00 annual retirement pay, and his $1,500,000.00 transition payment.

Posted by: laurelphoto | August 30, 2010 11:27 AM | Report abuse

REALLY? MILLIONS of emails about lunch?

So, you wouldn't mind if a few million emails were 'lost' by the Obama Administration, RIGHT?

Ha Ha Ha Ha...HECK NO!!!

You'd be screaming your head off about it!!!

Don't make us laugh.

And right now, we'd ALL have BETTER lives if Bush/Cheney had never been near the inside of the White House!!!

Posted by: postgettingworse | August 30, 2010 11:27 AM | Report abuse

This issue has been media-covered ad nauseam.

The intentionally-missing e-mails will never be recovered, any more than Bush and Cheney will be indicted for CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY and WAR CRIMES.

Very intentionally, the U.S. has no process or stomach for dealing with citizen-war criminals.

Posted by: kinkysr | August 30, 2010 11:27 AM | Report abuse

This story is nothing but misdirection. The Washington Post bringing it up now is their way to distract from their FAILED PRESIDENT.


Wasted space...


Obama is a FAILED PRESIDENT...


The economy is about to collapse and...


This time you can't blame Bush...

The Washington Post is a hack political organization for the left...

This article is nothing but old news, and misdirection meant to distract from...

Barrack Obama's FAILED ADMINISTRATION...

Posted by: FormerDemocrat | August 30, 2010 11:37 AM | Report abuse

This story is nothing but misdirection. The Washington Post bringing it up now is their way to distract from their FAILED PRESIDENT.


Wasted space...


Obama is a FAILED PRESIDENT...


The economy is about to collapse and...


This time you can't blame Bush...

The Washington Post is a hack political organization for the left...

This article is nothing but old news, and misdirection meant to distract from...

Barrack Obama's FAILED ADMINISTRATION...

Posted by: FormerDemocrat | August 30, 2010 11:39 AM | Report abuse

So this all started during the Clinton Administration, but he gets a free pass from the media. How...liberal.

Posted by: john_bruckner | August 30, 2010 9:57 AM

You might as well blame George Washington for writing notes.

The system Clinton had was working just fine. It was the Bush Administration that changed the system from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange and that's when the problems began.

I wouldn't even complain that an unexpected problem occurred when the Bush Administration started the migration.

It's the fact that they chose to proceed knowing that the e-mails would be lost.

Posted by: James10 | August 30, 2010 11:44 AM | Report abuse

In 2002, NOBODY had understood the importance of maintaining and archiving emails as records!

Where are the WP's 2002 emails of it's employees, can we get copies of your examples?

Posted by: theaz | August 30, 2010 12:18 PM | Report abuse

Do we have full access and archives of Bill Clinton last month in office, and that would be January 2001, the year before!

Posted by: theaz | August 30, 2010 12:22 PM | Report abuse

Of course they were unconcerned. They knew that the GOPers in Congress would do anything to prevent any investigation. They knew that failing that, their radical, extremist judicial activist appointees would twist the law as much as possible to protect W, Cheney, Rummy, et al.

If the President does it, it's legal. Remember that?

Posted by: Garak | August 30, 2010 12:22 PM | Report abuse

I have been in the IT email business for more than a decade. Any good system administrator knows the three most important rules of running a server are:

1. Backup your data.
2. Backup your data.
3. Backup your data.

Mr. O'Keefe: contact your email sys/admin at washingtonpost.com and ask them if this is not true.

Either that data exists in backup somewhere (very likely) or it was deliberately deleted on instructions from someone that the sys/admin reported to.

Remember Alexander Butterfield from Nixon's WH? Go find the IT system administrator for Bush's WH email and ask them:

1. What provisions they made for backing up their data

2. If they say they didn't have any, why?

Follow the backups...


Posted by: tomrouse1 | August 30, 2010 12:23 PM | Report abuse


You know what?

They just don't give a damn, because the citizens didn't care at the time when the scandal was overwhelming.

You think they're worrying and are losing sleep?

Forget it!

Posted by: bekabo | August 30, 2010 12:32 PM | Report abuse

Of course they intentionally "lost" their e-mails. They didn't want any evidence of their crimes against the American people (e.g. ignoring the constitution to spy on Americans). Maybe some poor schmuck who blindling served under Bush/Cheney/Rove and the rest of their reich will come forth some day.

Posted by: lddoyle2002 | August 30, 2010 12:36 PM | Report abuse

Lost the emails?

How about sweeping and wiping the footprints of those emails off the servers and other devices that hosted them.

You can't loose email. Trust me, I work in IT.

Posted by: lcarter0311 | August 30, 2010 3:10 PM | Report abuse

Moral hazards do not exist when it comes to Bush aids, they always get off scott-free. Everyone from Rove to gonzales to Rumsfeld should be incarcerated for their crimes.

Posted by: atroncale1 | August 30, 2010 9:35 PM | Report abuse

For you IT people... this was a CONVERSION from Lotus Notes to MS Office... not your typical archive. From what I read, it sounds like Harriet Miers is the one that made the decision NOT to back up the conversion data before converting. But she was just a puppet for Frankenstein Cheney.

For you GOP/Tea bagger supporters trying to curry-comb the news blog... I hope someone is pi22in down your back and tell you it's raining... cause that is what each of your deserve! And I feel enough american voters know better than to allow right-wingnuts to control Congress or the WH. Sure, you'll always have your groups of brain washed, religious hypocrit Sheeple to flock to the polls... but the flock is getting smaller and smaller. More people are getting wise!

DOJ!!!!! prosecute Bush/Cheney and their contributors and supporters in their 8 years of federal crimes!

Posted by: darbyohara | August 31, 2010 7:20 AM | Report abuse

teabaggers!

Posted by: jiji1 | August 31, 2010 4:51 PM | Report abuse

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